Synopses & Reviews
What is the relationship between education, aid and aid agencies?
Drawing on international research in numerous countries, including Thailand, India, Afghanistan, Lebanon and the UK, the contributors consider the external factors affecting educational provision during and after emergencies.
Each chapter contains a summary of the key points and issues within the chapter to enable easy navigation, key contemporary questions to encourage active engagement with the material and an annotated list of suggested further reading to support further exploration.
A global exploration of humanitarian aid and educational service provision in situations of instability.
Table of Contents
Series Editor's Preface Colin Brock
\ Notes on Contributors \ Acknowledgements \ List of Abbreviations and Acronyms \ 1. Education, Aid, and Agencies: A Global Overview Zuki Karpinska
\ 2. Global Aid Frameworks: Application of INEE Minimum Standards
for Advocacy, Coordination, and Quality Education Provision for Burmese Refugees in Thailand Fred Ligon, Tzvetomira Laub, and Allison Anderson
\ 3. Donor Policies: The Evolution and Development of DfID's Commitment to Education in Fragile States (2000-10) Peter Colenso
\ 4. Leadership: Save the Children's Global Challenge Katy Webley
\ 5. Coordination: Education and the IASC Cluster Approach in the Ivory Coast Pilar Aguilar
\ 6. Relief to Development: Community-based Education and State-Building in Afghanistan Sara Bowers Posada and Rebecca Winthrop
\ 7. Crisis Prevention: DRR through Schools in India Debdutt Panda and John Abuya
\ 8. Cross-Cutting Issues: Youth-centered Programming for Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon Adona El-Murr
\ 9. Conclusion Zuki Karpinska